Saturday, February 04, 2006
Pretty clever Music map of the London Underground [PDF]
Junctions are artists working in two or more genres, and the branch lines are used to
represent musical divergence (eg rap diverges into old-school and New York rap).
Similar: Laura Cantrell's NYC Subway/Women of Country Music map.
Ad-Rag has a quarter-by-quarter preview of all of the Super Bowl commercials.
If you, y'know, like reading text about what commercials will look like.
Things I Learn From My Patients: A forum for medical students and doctors to share their oddball experiences in the ER:
Never, ever leave flashlights, shampoo bottles, beer bottles or any long, circular object on the floor because someday you will fall on it and it will somehow, work its way up your rectum.
If for nothing else, read it for its outstanding use of proper spelling and grammar.
Keith Richards uses his guitar as an assault weapon in this clip from a 1981 concert.
"Man, this is awkward" -- One guy's perspective on a Gangbang.
"This seemed like it would be awesome. It always looked so cool in the videos. But all this waiting and watching is really uncomfortable. I figured I’d just sort of fall into a natural rhythm and find my groove, but I’ve gotta admit that I am really perplexed as to the proper gangbang protocol here."
Super cool fractal-inspired tic tac toe game.
Took me a couple games to figure out what is going on, but once I did, I ended up losing every time.
I wrote a review for the new Fluoride Program record in which I compare them all to seven-year-olds.
But in a good way! I swearta Gott!
Oooh...rumor has it that the much disliked Michelle Rodriguez is to be killed off on Lost as soon as possible.
"The producers are fed up with the fact that she barely shows up on the set and is always in a bad mood," Us Weekly quoted an "insider" as saying. "They said she was getting killed off as soon as they could write it in."
Robo-Spanker Comic from 1935 available on eBay
The interesting thing that the seller points out is that this comic was made when robods were really just a glimmer in people's imaginations. Also, it's tough to know who the comic is targeted toward -- Young boys who hate their stuffy academic teachers? Or perverted stuffy academic teachers who wnat to be spanked by robots?
Thanks Exquisite Dead Guy